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CHAPTER IV
PRIVATE LETTERS 1844-1847

Saturday, and I dined with them at Guys Cliffe on Tuesday. Lord Leigh, Mrs Clive, Mr Dugdale, were invited. But the person was Mrs Somerville, the most wonderful woman the world ever saw.(1) Her philosophical work is the admiration of all the scientific. I need not tell you I am not one of these. But her modesty is equal to her information.
I have been invited both in Staffordshire and Cheltenham. My sister goes and wishes me to accompany her-but I am more disposed to return to Bath at the end of the present month. ...

To Mys Paynter.
WARWICK, Aug. 3 [1845]
DEAR MRS PAYNTER,
This morning I received Fred's poems. They are as I expected to find them, spirited and energetic ; but there are some few places which would have profited by your correction or Rose's. He said that he had begun to lose a little

1 "The Connection of the Physical Sciences," by Mrs Mary Somerville, was first published in 1834. In the memoir written by her daughter, there is reference to a visit to Lord and Lady Charles Percy, at Guy's Cliffe, and to the pleasantness of the society, but whether she was there in 1844 or 1845 it is difficult to say. Mrs Archer Clive, the "V" of Blackwood's Magazine, became better known, perhaps, as the author of " Paul Ferrol" and other novels. She died in 1873.

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